When Sol10u4 comes out, I intend to move my non-global zones to exclusive IP instances so that I can route traffic through my NAT from the outside more easily (don't ask!). I do have a question, however. Say I have a machine with one physical link, e1000g0, which has non-global zones on three vlans: vlan1, vlan32, and vlan64. (for what it's worth, the global zone is on vlan32), so I've got three interfaces now (pre ip-instances): e1000g3200, e1000g64000, and e1000g1000. Without IP instances, I have the interfaces in the zones as e1000g32000:1 e1000g32000:2, etc.
In that case, what is the appropriate configuration for zonecfg when setting up the network interface where I have multiple zones, all of whose interfaces I need to have tagged, and multiple zones are on the same vlan? Can I do the following? zonecfg -z myzone myzone> set ip-type=exclusive myzone> add net myzone> set phsyical=e1000g32000 myzone> end zonecfg -z myzone2 myzone2> set ip-type=exclusive myzone2> add net myzone2> set physical=e1000g32000 myzone2> end etc.. Thanks, -coy This message posted from opensolaris.org _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com